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Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
Choice, of the Association of College and Research Libraries reviews
This intimate biography of a revered scholar in Mayan studies describes the problems and pleasures of archaeological fieldwork, the organization of research, and...
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Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
Ethnohistory 51:2 (Spring 2004) reviews
In tracing out the course of Proskouriakoff's life and career, this biography does not present us with her finished masterpieces...Instead we see those works in...
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Disguised as Poetry
Grantmakers in the Arts Reader:Ideas and Information on Arts and Culture reviews
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Disguised as Poetry
Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries reviews
“This collection of personal responses is a fine primer for those interested not only in prison life and the daily contrasts between ‘inside’ and ‘outside,’ but...
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Disguised as Poetry
Booklist reviews
“Tannenbaum, a poet, teacher, and passionate community art advocate, shares her frank and moving recollections of teaching poetry at San Quentin prison during the...
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Booklist reviews
Greeting-card cozy is the tone of this counting rhyme that celebrates a child's new baby sister, with equally inviting art showing the newborn in Daddy's arms as...
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What I Love About You
myshelf.com reviews
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is to love and be loved in return."~ Nat King Cole Imagine how special a gift it would be to grant your loved one...
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What I Love About You
Diablo Magazine reviews
Put down that box of chocolates!  And the roses, too. Kate and David Marshall have published the ultimate Valentine's Day gift; a fill-in-the-blanks book that...
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What I Love About You
Ladies' Home Journal Online reviews
We should all tell our significant other what we love about them every day, but how many of us actually do? This handsome journal is like a baby book for your...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
Kings of the Earth displays a "subtle brilliance...so vibrant that you feel the bite of a northern wind, smell the rankness of dissipated lives and experience the...
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http://thewrittenuniverse.blogspot.com/ reviews
Kuhns weaves an intricate story whose characters fairly leap off the page. The characters are all clearly defined and could easily support books on their own. Even...
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Anna's Book Blog reviews
Thoughts: This latest installment in the werewolf series is one of my favorites, along with the first book Heart of the Wolf. There is always something fresh and...
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Love Romance Passion reviews
Review: This novel has it all; the suspense, the romance, a malicious antagonist, and a castle with secret tunnels, trap doors and its very own…ghost. I can’t...
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Debbie's Book Blog reviews
Terry Spear once again thrills fans with the latest addition to her award-winning Heart of the Wolf series. Heart of the Highland Wolf takes place in Scotland and...
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Thoughts...OVER COFFEE reviews
This story is wonderful blend of contemporary suspense; romance, with just the right mix of paranormal. Terry has a wonderful sense of humor and you can’t help but...
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White Hand Society: The Psychedelic Partnership of Timothy Leary & Allen Ginsberg
The Daily Beat reviews
This is an important addition to the literature on the beat generation, documenting the collaboration between two remarkable visionaries who took America on the...
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The Stubborn Season
The Montreal Gazette reviews
The Stubborn Season is precise, polished … bind[s] the attention through the excellence of its sharp, precise prose, generously laced with authentic history....
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Kirkus Review reviews
SPOILER ALERT! Mosquera weaves a tale of suspense through a clandestine world, crafting an engaging read that’s not easily put down.
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Reader Views reviews
“Sleeper’s Run” may be a book that many will find so compelling that they will read it in one sitting.
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